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Harvard's choice for president, as shown by the canvass of the Union, refiects great credit upon the students of our university for their care in selecting such an able and conscientious man as Senator Edmunds of Vermont for the presidency of the United States. While we do not intend to advance the claims of any one candidate among so many who could well fill the presidential chair, there is no doubt that among the educated men of the country the name of Senator Edmunds is everywhere received with respect and confidence for his honesty, integrity and sound judgment. That the students of Harvard have selected by an overwhelming vote such a man as their choice for president, cannot but reflect honor upon our university.